Grateful Dead Live at The Mecca on 1989-04-15
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- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Mississippi Half Step-> Feel Like A Stranger-> Franklin's Tower, Walkin' Blues, When Push Comes To Shove, Queen Jane Approximately, Blow Away, Promised Land
China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Playin' In The Band-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Jam-> I Will Take You Home-> All Along The Watchtower-> Morning Dew, E: One More Saturday Night
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|Mississippi Half Step|
|Feel Like a Stranger >|
|When Push Comes to Shove|
|Queen Jane Approximately|
|Blow Away >|
|Promised Land [crowd fades out]|
|China Cat Sunflower|
|Know You Rider|
|Playing in the Band >|
|Terrapin Station >|
|I Will Take You Home >|
|All Along the Watchtower >|
|One More Saturday Night|
- 2010-03-06 20:11:17
- The Master Cassettes were played back with Azimuth adjustment and Dolby B decoding on a Nakamichi CD1 into a Korg MR1000 at DSF 1 bit 5.6MHz. Subsequent conversion to 24/96 AIFF done via Korg Audiogate software. Redbook CDR standard 16/44.1 files were created using Bias Peak, Izotope Ozone's MBIT+ (for all dithering), and Weiss Saracon SRC (all sample rate conversions).
- Milwaukee, WI
- Run time
- 2 Nakamichi CM300 CP4 & 1 Nakamichi CM300 CP1. Nakamichi 550>Sony TCD5M Oade Erase head removal Modification w/Dolby B. Dolby B was used on the Master Cassettes. OTS Sec. PP Row 5 Seat 3.
- Taped by
- Dave Cohen and Justin Lee
- Transferred by
- Dave Cohen
- The Mecca
Subject: best of the three auds - beats holtz and darby
The Holtz version is a little too tinny
The Darby version is a very close second, but has just a bit too much crowd noise in it.
This one is fairly clear and has enough crowd noise to let you know they're there, but not so much that it interferes with the music.
Also, Brent. On fire as usual.
Subject: There's a first for everything.
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